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White mortes. Theoreticalr',ryhite
hss material equality in trro Rooks
againsta Queen-100 units to 100. % %"'/tN
% % t But herehispiecesaresoscattered and % %
% % % Black's Knights so strongly placed
that Whitc is likely to losea piece in
t'ffiftmw%
6:r,ffi.% trying to establish a line of com- % % %
%6% 72 munication.Blqck'simmediatethreqt % % %
r s 1 . . . N x B ; 2 R x N ,Q x N . I n
order to meetthis threat, Whitemust
m ^ %% n
losea piece.
Diagram 96 Diagrunl97

Blsck tnortes. This is extremelydificult to eualuateat frst glqnce.


Ilhite hasa Queenand threePawnsfor a Rook and twopieces-l3l
1N-831 Q-Q2 3 R-R4 P_8513 to 120units in White'sfeaor.
2 R-K42 P_84 4 N_K2 Q_K2 As (r generalrule thepieceswin if theycancoordinateandpenetrqte
White Resigflsa beforcthePav,nsgetfar enoughqduancedto do an! hqrm. Oncethe
Patunsget mobilizedthe defender's piecesare nailed to the defense.
1If instead1 B-N5, P-R3; 2 B-K7 (or B-Ra), N-Q7t; 3 R - Q l , So the piecesmust be madeaggressive at all cost.
In the actualgameBlack got panickyin time-pressure and walked
QxN;4RxN,QN8ch.
' To prevent straight into a lost ending after I . . . RxP?; 2 RxR, R-KBI;
QxPch.
3 PreventingB-R6ch and renewingthe threat of 3 QxRch, BxQ; 4 RxP.
QxPch. In reality Black has the better of it. Correct is 1. . . R-KBI!
a White cannotmeetthe doublethreat of
QxR and QxN.
after which White must fight for his 1ife. For instance:

If 2 Q-R3, N-K5 ! 3 Q-K6ch, R-B2.


If 2 Q-N4, R-85 followed by QR-K81, or N-K5.
If 2 Q-N6, R-83 followed by QR-KBI with a stiong initiative.
For anothergood exampleof coordinatedpiecesagainsta Queen,
seeDiagram 66.

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